The proposed location is just north of I-70 in the Northfield area near East 46th Avenue and Central Park Boulevard.
DENVER — A proposal submitted to the city of Denver Tuesday shows what could very well be the first In-N-Out Burger in city limits, if it’s approved.
The concept was submitted by Greenwood Village-based Galloway & Company Inc., which has been behind a handful of other proposed In-N-Out Burger locations in Colorado. Three of them – in Colorado Springs, Lone Tree and Aurora – could open this year.
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The Denver proposal is for a location near East 46th Avenue and Central Park Boulevard, in the Northfield area just north